3dprintingindustry.com | 10/18/2017 | Beau Jackson
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3D printed design is slowly starting to enter the homes of those outside the 3D printing community with a range from Ikea and the much hyped Carbon x adidas futurecraft 4D shoe.

Budmen Industries is a design house that brings together creativity, technology, and industry. Founded in Philadelphia by artists Isaac Budmen and Stephanie Keefe, Budmen Industries recently unveiled All of the Lights, an immersive installation of 100 unique 3D printed lamps in a dark room.

Process - Display

The process of making of the display is as illuminating as the lamps themselves.

The “All of the Lights” display. Image via Budmen industries.

Artists - Lamp - Designs - Hand - CAD

The artists drew the lamp designs by hand before digital sculpting them using CAD tools. Some of the designs were purely geometric (including spirals and low poly shapes), others reflected bodies in motion, and the rest resembled natural and artificial objects.

Once prepared, the designs were 3D printed from a white translucent material. on a Budmen BUILDER large scale FFF/FDM 3D printer. All 100 lamps were 3D printed over 453 hours using 4.5 miles of filament.

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A Budmen BUILDER 3D printer manufacturing a lamp. Image via Budmen Industries.

According to the artists, All of the Lights “represents a bright future where individuality is celebrated and reflected in environments that are as unique and...
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